Call the emergency number from the space .. Panic in the "NASA"

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The Dutch astronaut André Kuiper, 60, had contacted International space station In 911 it was converted into a center Emergency service.

The astronaut explained that contact, which triggered panic Headquarters of NASA At the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Ohio Texas, It was wrong.

The astronaut said during an interview Radio Netherlands Later, the next day, he received an e-mail asking if he had actually contacted the emergency room, noting that he had realized the enormity of the mistake he had made.

He explained that he was trying to make an international call outside the space station, which requires that he first pressed on number 9, then on number 011, and apparently did not press the number 0, so the call was diverted to the services of US emergency, causing chaos without the intention of doing so.

He said "You made a mistake", but he joked that the emergency team was disappointed when he did not help.

The Dutch astronaut made two trips to the International Space Station and the total number of days spent at the station was 203 days.

It was astronaut The British Tim Beck was twittering in 2015 for making a call by mistake from the International Space Station.

He said in his twitter "I would like to apologize to the lady who contacted her by mistake", emphasizing that he had said "Hello is this planet earth?" But he explained in his twitter that it was just a call to the wrong number and did not intend to make fun of the lady who called her number.

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The Dutch astronaut André Kuiper, 60, telephoned the International Space Station at 911 and was handed over to the emergency assistance center.

The astronaut, who caused panic in NASA headquarters at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, was wrong.

In an interview with the Dutch radio later, the astronaut said he had received an email the next day asking if he had actually called the emergency room, noting that he had realized the enormity of the mistake he had made.

He explained that he was trying to make an international call outside the space station, which requires that he first pressed on number 9, then on number 011, and apparently did not press the number 0, so the call was diverted to the services of US emergency, causing chaos without the intention of doing so.

"I made a mistake," he added, but joked that the emergency team was disappointed when he did not help.

The Dutch astronaut made two trips to the International Space Station and the total number of days spent at the station was 203 days.

The British astronaut Tim Beck was entered in 2015 to make an error call from the ISS.

"I would like to apologize to the lady who contacted her by mistake" he said "Hello, is this the planet?" But he explained in his twitter that it was just a call to the wrong number and did not intend to make fun of the lady who called her number.

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